Disappointed Father: In the present day, we see Willy share disappointment in the lack of material success in his sons.
Proud Father: This version of Loman is seen throughout flashbacks. This proud father loves Biff and Happy, and celebrates their popularity and success in sports. This version of Willy is positive and guarantees a bright future for his boys.
Office Laughingstock: This version of Willy shows the difference between Willy’s lies about his career and his actual success as a salesman
Ace Salesman: This version of Loman exists both In Willy’s mind, and in flashbacks where he imagines himself as the successful salesperson that everyone at work looks up to.
“What If” Willy: This version of Willy dreams about the adventures of his brother, and reflects on his life would be different if he had moved out west and built a different life for himself.
Good Neighbor LomanThis version of Willy looks down on his neighbors, and constantly believes his values and are ideas are the only way to be successful
Mr. LomanThis version of Loman wishes he could provide a better life for his wife Linda. He yearns for a life where she does not need to mend her stockings, and recognizes the good he has at home.
Cheating Husband: This version of Willy spends time with mistresses and destroys the relationship with his children.
Dependent and Depressed: This version of Willy is desperate for a better life. He has no relationship with his children, loses his job and wonders if he even wants to live.